"The Treasury Department is crafting rules that would block firms with at least 25 percent Chinese ownership from buying companies involved in what the White House calls 'industrially significant technology,'" the Wall Street Journal says. A separate proposal would institute beefed-up export controls preventing Chinese companies from buying these technologies from US firms.
The policies could be announced as soon as this week, the Journal says.
Harrison Ford's famous Return of the Jedi weapon sells, along with an Imperial Scout Biker Scout and an Ewok prop ax.
The Sicario sequel features US agents ripping a child from her family, but Del Toro says it's not the same as what's going on in real life.
A breakdown of the Supreme Court case and Amazon HQ2's dark horse candidate.
Samsung may take a page from the Huawei P20 playbook.
AT&T is buying an advertising company that delivers personalized ads based on Internet users' Web browsing habits.
AT&T today announced "a definitive agreement to acquire AppNexus," saying that "AT&T is investing to accelerate the growth of its advertising platform and strengthen its leadership in advanced TV advertising."
AT&T's just-completed purchase of Time Warner Inc. will help it gather more information about people's video watching habits, both online and on cable and satellite TV services. AT&T could combine this data with AppNexus in order to deliver more personalized ads based on its customers' TV watching and Web browsing histories.
But no social viewing until later this year.
Because young people are tight on time, too.
Yes, please, now.
Against the backdrop of President Trump's feud with Amazon, Toronto gets its chance to shine.
Commentary: The maze isn't meant for me and that's OK.
The FIFA World Cup 2018 mascot goes along for the ride, too.
When women's rights and economic growth align.
Companies with at least 25 percent Chinese ownership will reportedly be blocked.
And a lot of smart machine-learning coding, of course
OpenAI's video game bots are getting much better at playing sci-fi strategy war game Dota 2, seeing off semi pro players with ease.…
If it wasn't coming from DARPA, we'd be inclined to believe it's magic.
It has been just over two years now since Microsoft's Phil Spencer promised that mouse-and-keyboard support for the Xbox One was "not years away, it’s more like months away." Though that's a promise Microsoft has echoed a few times in the years since, thus far Minecraft is the only game on the platform with official support for the PC player's controller of choice.
Over the weekend, though, Windows Central got its hands on a purported internal Microsoft presentation from earlier in the year detailing plans for the impending rollout of robust mouse-and-keyboard support for the Xbox One.
The developer-focused presentation, which also integrates lessons from Razer's living room-focused lapboard peripheral, suggested an April API rollout to developers ahead of a planned fall announcement of support for players. It's unclear, though, if those plans have changed since the presentation was given (Microsoft did not respond to a request for comment Update: A Microsoft spokesperson told Ars Technica, "We are always exploring new ways to improve the Xbox experience, but have nothing further to share at this time").
As fun as it is functional.
This investment has probably already paid for itself, too.
It's available in China for the equivalent of $170 with premium features including LTE, face unlocking and an all-metal body.